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Apple releases iOS 7.1

They have still not fixed the bug in Calendar when you add an event and create two alarms and the alarms switch between the two intervals. It has been there since iOS 6.X.

Posted by John G on March 22, 2014 at 8:15 PM (CDT)

iTunes Radio could be standalone app in iOS 8

Oh please, iTunes Radio works perfectly right now, don’t mess it up!  When podcasts were still handled within iTunes and the music app on iPhones, they worked perfectly.  With the creation of the Podcasts app, listening, syncing, using Airplay, all have been a complete train wreck ever since.  We don’t need the same thing to happen to iTunes Radio.

Posted by wocowboy on March 13, 2014 at 6:15 AM (CDT)

iTunes Radio could be standalone app in iOS 8

Hopefully this will mean that in the next iOS when I want to enjoy my music on my iPhone 5 in the car, I won’t get that darn “Cellular Data is Turned Off for Music. You can turn on cellular data for this app in Settings” every single time since iOS 7.1. Quite the mood killer.

Posted by manchali on March 12, 2014 at 8:08 PM (CDT)

Apple TV 6.1 update released, allows users to hide channels

Hiding channels was possible before this update, Apple just moved the setting from “Restrictions” to a new “Main Menu” category.

Posted by rockmyplimsoul on March 10, 2014 at 4:42 PM (CDT)

Apple offers $25 gift with Apple TV, new hardware coming?

I bought one but didn’t get a $25 gift card!

Posted by Tim on March 2, 2014 at 8:38 PM (CST)

Apple releases iTunes 11.1.5

Like last update, 11.1.4, this is causing issues for Windows 7 64 bit users. Installation hangs for me at about 80% complete, cancelling hangs as well. Glad I had made recent updates. Followed instructions here to remedy:
https://discussions.apple.com/docs/DOC-6562

Posted by manchali on February 27, 2014 at 7:44 PM (CST)

Twelve South intros Compass 2 iPad stand

This is great, I use it a lot. BUT beware, pull it out of your carry on as it always gets pulled and examined by the TSA at airports. You’ve been warned!

Posted by Gustav Speed on February 13, 2014 at 6:18 PM (CST)

Zynga acquires Clumsy Ninja maker NaturalMotion

It’s a really a interesting game and you can download many games go through sites.

Posted by Missouri emma on February 13, 2014 at 2:42 AM (CST)

Report: Apple sapphire plant has capacity for mass production

Have a look at Apple’s Liquid Metal (Aquistion)process, does it use the same furnace?

Posted by TheGee on February 6, 2014 at 10:10 PM (CST)

WWE Channel coming to Apple TV Feb. 24?

And if you have no interest in WWE, if this story comes true then you can hide it (and other unused services) from your main screen.  Just go to Settings, General, Parental Controls, scroll down to the list of items at the bottom and set each one to “Hide” to make them disappear from your Main Menu entirely.

Posted by rockmyplimsoul on February 4, 2014 at 3:52 PM (CST)

Apple bulking up Internet infrastructure for more TV content?

Does this mean ATV3 firmware that works?

Since the second firmware update, the WiFi on ATV3 is unusable. Home-sharing and streaming drops randomly all the time. It’s currently not fit for purpose.
Apple are conveniently ignoring the huge forum threads on the topic.

Posted by Arithon on February 4, 2014 at 11:48 AM (CST)

WSJ: Apple mulls physical purchases via iTunes accounts

I’d be curious if an iTunes store balance (from gift cards) would be applied, or if it would only pull from CCs.

Posted by Jason on February 3, 2014 at 11:23 AM (CST)

Scosche releases MagicMount system for iOS devices

Well, that’s interesting because I’ve had the same product since 2012 but under another brand!  I love it, works great, I bought it for my father too.

Posted by Christina Nguyen on January 29, 2014 at 5:55 PM (CST)

Apple posts security update, DOJ allows more disclosures

Poor English in this article (“Apple posts security update”)!
Should be “...the number of National Security orders…”
The word ‘amount’ is correctly used in relation to that which cannot be counted (examples: ‘the amount of sand’; ’ a large amount of nothing’; ‘such an amount of garbage!’)
The word ‘number’ is used in relation to that which can be counted (more examples: ‘the number of iPads’; ‘a large number of cars’; ‘he expected a number of reasons for the tardiness’).

Posted by Jeff on January 28, 2014 at 10:17 AM (CST)

Notes from Apple’s Q1 2014 conference call

That’s it, Tim, blame the declining iPod sales.  When was the last time Apple even gave a second thought to the iPod Classic, the device that allowed you to expand into unchartered territory (and profits)?  That gave birth to the iTunes Store, the iPhone, the iPad, and even iTunes Match…. the Cloud…. and yet you just dismiss it.

Update the Classic.  Give it a refresh, starting with a minimum of 256GB flash storage.  Some people like to have all their music with them all the time, and not be beholden to a WiFi connection and data quotas to listen to their music.

Jeez, your company is such a cheapsake sometimes.  You rake us over the coals for the price of 16/32/64/128 gb storage, and you lock us into your Eco-System, and yet you can’t give us the music we purchased and outright own.

Posted by JonnyOneNote on January 28, 2014 at 12:53 AM (CST)

Apple releases iTunes 11.1.4

I have made several attempts to update from 11.1.3.8 but cannot get 11.1.4 to install on my Win 7/64 PC. I’ve had to perform a System Restore after every attempt.  11.1.3.8 run fine after the Restore.  Will avoid this update and wait for a fix.

Posted by HorsePix on January 27, 2014 at 3:24 PM (CST)

Apple releases iTunes 11.1.4

Meanwhile, the issue of disappearing playcounts continues to be solemnly ignored by Apple despite all the complaints from desperate users in discussion forums for almost a year now.

Posted by Luciano on January 26, 2014 at 3:50 PM (CST)

Apple releases iTunes 11.1.4

Beware of this update! I have had nothing but trouble since downloading and have had to spend a lot of time fixing things that Apple missed! Shame on them, we need Steve to come haunt his employees and scream at them like the days of old…

Posted by Justin on January 24, 2014 at 4:37 PM (CST)

Apple releases iTunes 11.1.4

I installed the latest update on a windows 8 computer and Itunes will not open.  I have tried three installs to no avail.

Posted by Senior on January 24, 2014 at 3:55 PM (CST)

Screen protector poll ends, Apple TV poll begins

Can you add “WiFi that doesn’t crash or drop every ten minutes” to the vote.

This is a MAJOR problem with the ATV3 (check the forums) and has been since the second firmware update.

Posted by Anthony Hunt on January 24, 2014 at 5:59 AM (CST)

Apple releases iTunes 11.1.4

Back up before this update especially if you are using Win 7 64 bit. Apple discussions very active with all kinds of issues on doing auto update. Good solution posted there though.

Posted by manchali on January 24, 2014 at 1:36 AM (CST)

Cook promises 'great things' at China Mobile launch

“We have great things we are working on but we want to keep them secret. That way you will be so much happier when you see it.”

Or, you could throw out vague, puffy statements like that so when these “great things” are announced we are all sorely disappointed.  The Apple hype machine never ceases to amaze me.

Posted by rockmyplimsoul on January 17, 2014 at 11:03 AM (CST)

Apple patent reveals secure air payment system

I can see it now, as if it was a blockbuster sci-fi movie… We’re walking around town, and as soon as we walk close to a hacker, not only is all of our info downloaded from our phone, but also our entire bank account is emptied. And soon people will not only be avoiding Targets due to hacking, they’ll have to avoid walking past ordinary strangers on the street… and anyone else that you can’t trust.

Posted by curt on January 16, 2014 at 12:45 PM (CST)

Welcome, New iPad, iPhone & iPod Owners!

Hah, what fun the podcasts were! They were a challenge with the distances involved (UK-CA) - even when Jeremy was in Paris for the Apple Expo. You’d think being so near we’d manage a glitch free recording but road works outside the hotel put paid to that!

Thanks for your continued support.

Posted by Bob Levens in UK on December 30, 2013 at 2:54 PM (CST)

Welcome, New iPad, iPhone & iPod Owners!

I remember the early days of iLounge, when it was actually called “iPodLounge.”  Then Apple started stamping out everything that wasn’t theirs with the word “iPod” in the title.  Back in those days, a reader could comment directly at the end of a published review and ask questions of the reviewer or add his or her own two cents, etc.  Unfortunately, this led to a lot of suspected shilling on the part of some manufacturers so that now review comments are restricted to the Forum.  Not nearly as much fun.  And then there were the occasional iPodLounge podcasts by Jeremy and Bob…

Congrats to iLounge for doing such a good job over the years, especially as the number of Apple related products has grown exponentially over that time.  I still never buy anything Apple without first consulting this website.

Posted by Downing on December 30, 2013 at 10:48 AM (CST)

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